Agua Fria Union High School - Wickiup Yearbook (Avondale, AZ)
- Class of 1988
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. . . . We all studied for tests? Working hard are Jaime Cruz, Andy Salazar and Ernie Cruz.
. . . We all celebrated Homecoming? To the left: Mendi Eckert gloats over her capture o
, . . The Pom Line performed on the opening day? Dancing was Stacy Rose, Lisa Leonhardt, Anita K
Tagle and Stephani Taylor.
. . . English students spun the Medieval Wheel of Fate? Alicia Sandoval say-
POINTS, BIG POINTS." '
We all sat through the opening day assembly? The football players shade
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. . . Socializing between classes seemed so short?
We still had time to catch Anna Wolfe and Bobby
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. . . Too many chefs spoiled the soup? Cooks Travis Klsner, Randy Zuleger, Alex Mena
and Gary Waterman.
. . . We all registered for school? Below Chris Guess, James Bussa and Tom Kuhn spent
the long hours playing cards.
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By, Cindy Holdcroft
Tim Clarke, a senior here at Agua Fria High School, has practiced playing the
drums since he was ten years old. He has always enjoyed the beat of the drums, but
was never introduced to a set until he was in the fifth grade. When Tim first became
interested in playing the drums, his father signed him up for a few lessons, but he had
nothing to practice with when he gotthome. To keep his enthusiasm going, Tim
gathered all of the bar stools from the kitchen, arranged them in a drum set and beat
on the seats for practice, Soon Tim's dad brought home a drum set and finally Tim
could practice on the real thing. When asked who is the most supportive of his play-
ing, Tim replied "My mom, because she wants me to grow up and support her when
she gets old. She listens to the same music I likeg Flotsam and Jetsam, Ozzy Osborne
and her favorite, Metallica. She backs me up!" Tim is now playing in a band called
Knights of Bloody Steel. They practice at his housethree nights a week. His drum set
takes up half of his room so he has no choice but to sleep crowded on the floor at
nights. Tim hopes to make a career in music some day. Playing in a band has always
been his dream and he'll give it whatever it takes to succeed. Now that he has all the
right connections, it's just a matter of time. After he graduates from High School, Tim
plans to move to Hollywood and attend the Percussion Institute of Technology. He'll
live there for one year and learn to become a professional drummer.
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Rebecca Romero, Alicia Sandoval, Tammy Settle and Bobbi Jo Bolt group together in a
Jamie Session tours England with her
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Robin Cons with a Kilted man in Scotland
Our cheerleaders learned how to
dress in style at the ASU cheer
Trang Nguyen enjoys a smokeless
beach at Santa Cruz.
Mike "Kahuna" Murphy shows
off at Laguna Beach,
The "Boys" went mudbogging at Woodleaf.
the wonderful world
cation, where your
only worry is school in September!
The summer had just begun and
we had our itineraries carefully
planned to escape the hustle and
bustle of civilization, indulging in
our fantasies. The summer beach
bums packed their cars with surf-
boards.. bikinis and suntan oil, and
headed iyli w est to hit the beaches in
Southefn'g.California. River Rats
with inflated inner tubes and bulge
ing ice chests floated down the Salt.
On the West Coast, Micky Mouse,
Goofy and gang greeted Owls with
smiles as they entered "Wonderful
World of Disney." While on the
East Coast, other vacationers gaz-
ed at the beauty of the Statue of
Mindy Lueck: "I went to
Disneyland with some friends and
had a oblast. We also got to eat
lunch with Bruce Willis."
Jennifer Jarnagin: "I went to
California and learned how to surf.
At night I went to bonfires on the
beach and met lots of California
Betsy Waitt: "A group of us
went tubing and played catch with
the car keys and lost them."
Christine Goodrich: f'Going to
Canada was really Cool! The best
was when Sarah Ellsworth and I
went to shop and giving the bums
on the corner loose change."
Mike Acuna: "Uh, well, I saw the
raddest concert ever. King Diaa
mond! Long live the King! Stay
HEAVY or ABIGAIL will get you!"
litany Holtrup: "I went to
California and watched the taping
of the Brady Bunch."
Beth Cluff: "I spent my summer
in Illinois and Wisconsin with my
Almost a tradition -
Picnicking with Aunt Bessie,
Fishing with Gramps,
Playing baseball with Cousin
Sipping Suds at a party,
Jamming out to cool tunes,
Swimming and sunning,
And dreading the summer school
Our SUMMER of '87, unforget-
table and ACTION packed.
by Amber White
The chant of "Seniors!" "Seniors!" roar
above the noise of a thousand screaming
teenagers in our gym. Just when it seems that
the noise is unbearableg the team enters and
the decibels rise!
This is a typical scene at any one of Agua
Fria's great pep assemblies. As you look
around the gym, there is a definite variety of
expressions on people's faces as they listen to
Steve Rogers, one of the captains of the foot-
ball team, talk about the team's desire to win.
As he talks, the tension builds in anticipation of
class competition. Alicia McAnally comments,
"The pep assemblies are extremely loud,
which obviously shows the entire school's sup-
port for the football team." Agua Fria pep
assemblies are certainly an enthusiastic way to
pep up the team for the big game!!
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Carolyne Beyle and Terah Perry jam to the music.
Patricia Johnson, Shawn Young, and Etta Pless do the "w0p."
Chamie Contreras and Michelle French enjoy the good looking scenery at
Carl Shenandoah reaches out for that special
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LOUD MUSIC!! FLASHING LIGI-ITS!! HUNDREDS OF
The scene is an after game dance at Agua Fria, sponsored by school
clubs and organizations as fund raisers. The disc jockey this year is
Western Arizona Music Machine, known as W.A.M.M. A wide variety
of music is played along with requests for favorite songs. Dina Astorga
comments "They're a great hangout for those without transportation
to go somewhere else after the game." While Andy I-lillison and Steve
Snavely say, "They've lost that lovin' feeling!" Whether you go with
friends or with a date, you canlt help but have fun in the upbeat at-
mosphere that keeps you jammin' all night long!
Sarah Snook and Debbie Hardesty walk like Egyptians.
Suzy Hirth jumps the owlg Karen Hendrick.
Jerry Callands hides himself behind the Senlor streamers.
Amber White puts in her share for hall decorating
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David Blythe crosses the Delaware in the Homecoming parade.
is written all over Adela Allman and
Carl Shenandoah's face.
Seniors: John Buttemlller, Renae Wlchman, Alfie Alvarez, Chris Vizzera,
Brett Tornow, Sean Strickland and Neil Taylor.
Events Gone By
i"Great moments in history" was the theme for this year's
ts s onsored by the Stu-
dent Council stimulated class spirit, class unity, and a lot of
'th E tian
craziness. The dress-up days began on Monday wi gyp
the traditional Red and Grey Day.
Day and ended on Friday with
O h tivities included Caveman and Flihtstone Day, Cowboy
t er ac
and Indian Day, and the traditional noontime activities. Homeco-
led with fun, excitement, and wildness.
ing was truly a week fil
- Jon Peebles
Dan Wachtler says "Cowa Bunga, Baby!" to Melani
Espil and Erin Marshall on Caveman Day.
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Josh Mason and Julie Morrison
Tammy Tamby and Sal Cruz
Chris Vizzera and Dina Astorga
Phil Whitmore and Cindy Enriquez
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Kathy Arnold entertained the audience with her piano solo, "The
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Christine Coffman danced to "Silent Night" by BonJovl.
K Heather Williams was a frisky kitty as she danced to "Old Gumby Cat."
Kristin Kuhn lip-synced "Beautiful Dreamer."
Parents, students, teachers
and friends watched as Phuong
"Trang" Nguyen's secret wish
unfolded into reality at the Miss
Billy Moore Pageant.
As sixteen Agua Fria High
School students competed for
the title, Phuong Nguyen took
the honors as she was selected
by a panel of judges as "Miss
Billy Moore" on Saturday Oc-
tober 10, 1987.
Miss Nguyen performed a
vocal, "The Greatest Love of
All" captivating her audience
and judges. She is 18 years old,
a member of the Student Coun-
cil, the Future Business Leaders
of America and the Key Club.
She is also a student represen-
tative to the Teachers Advisory
Council and has won public
speaking awards through the
First Runner-up was Heather
Williams. She danced to "Old
Second Runner-up, Amber
White, sang "Tomorrow" in the
talent portion of the pageant.
Yvonne Decort was named
Miss Congeniality by the con-
testants. She danced to "Dan-
cin' in Heaven."
Shannon Wilson, last year's
Miss Billy Moore, was ill and
unable to attend, Theresa Light,
Miss Arizona, crowned the win-
ners of the pageant.
The other contestants were:
Julie Hott, Melissia Anne Kraus,
Erin Marshall, Kristin Kuhn,
Christine Coffman, Sarah
Cohen, Denise Tacy, Tracy
Woolgar, Tonya Zavala, Kathy
Arnold, Kathy Gage and Angela
Billy Moore Days
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Sean Strickland - with friends
Colette Humphrey - S-10 1984
Don Coe - Nova
Troy J elinek - Toyota, with friend Julie Goodrich
Trudy Wmlliams Mustang 1987 with friend Cindy Holdcroft Mat Papworth - Nova, 1973
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Vanessa Arnic - Sunbird, with friend Debbie Hardesty
Heather Williams - Subaru XT, with friend Nancy Parra
Debbie Hardesty - Camaro, with friend Vanessa Arnic
Coleen Adney - Rabbit, with friend Sarah Snook
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Lanny Lighthill, a senior here at Agua Fria, is an active member in the Theatrica
Arts. He currently is in the Drama Club and is president of the Thespians. Lanny firs'
became interested in drama when his mother shared with him the fun and excitment o
her past experiences in her involvement with the theatre. At the age of ten his fascina
tion led him to enroll in a dramatic workshop where he portrayed the role of Fredericl
in "The Sound of Music." His interests developed into a love for the theatre and hi
found himself auditioning for a variety of plays. Lanny learned to speak a little Frencl
when he portrayed a French man in his favorite play, "When Our Hearts Were Young
and Gayf' He enjoyed the close relationship the cast developed and the laughs thej
shared. Lanny's favorite role this far was Mr. Stanley in "Murder on Center Stage'
He enjoyed enacting a strange old man which is the opposite of his true personality
'Stabbing the people on stage was the biggest thrill for me because the moment wa
so intense," commented Lanny. He also enjoys the natural high he receives from thi
audience's applause. Having the ability to change the onlooker's emotions also is 4
great sensation. Mr. Judge, the drama instructor, has been Lanny's main supporte
through the years. His helping hand and encouraging words have taught Lanny ti
always keep trying. His admiration for Mickey Rourke has kept Lanny always strivin
for the best. Lanny's plans for the future consist of attending a college with a gooi
Theatrical Arts program while studying business. He hopes to be well-known some
day. He will do what it takes to come out on top.
Students in the Spotlight . . .
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Eddie Solis and Rene Saucedo were best friends.
Cindy Early smiled as she posed on a classic car.
1 Suddenly, Chris Swindle and Sal Cruz stopped in their tracks.
Concentration ls required.
by Kim Soto
Surprisingly, this year's con-
cert choir had no male
members. However, the Ladies
of the Ensemble continue to im-
press their audiences with their
talents. The 28 girls perform
about 15 concerts a year, in-
cluding the annual Christmas
and Spring concerts for the stu-
dent body. The group learns
and practices songs in class
everyday, worliing hard to im-
prove their skills. The concert
choir as well as the freshman
choir, both directed by John
Faris, must be given credit for
bringing a bit of culture to our
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by Kim Soto
Our handbell teams this year
have been working hard to
perfect their talents. The ad-
vanced handbell team, Las
Campanas, perform about 30
concerts a year for various com-
muntiy organizations throughout
Arizona. These 13 girls practic-
Right: Bell Buddies.
ed during second hour and enjoy
travelling to their many perfor-
mances. A trip to California is
planned for the spring. The
Earlybird and Daybreaker
teams are made up of dedicated
sophomores and freshmen who
hope to be promoted to Las
Far left: Bear down! Bear down!
Below: Bell packing time.
Las Campanas and their director, John Faris.
The Daybreaker Handbells The Earlybird Handbells
Francine and Liza
work in unison.
Let us entertain'
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Captain Amber White, senior
Erin Marshall, senior
2 Q varsity cheer
by Kim Dewey
When looking for promotion
of school spirit, most people
look to our Varsity
For four days last summer the
girls attended a cheerleading
camp at A.S.U. At camp, they
were successful in obtaining all
four possible superior ribbons.
They were also one of three
squads chosen to compete in the
finals. ln the finals they were
voted runners up.
ln addition, Melani Espil was
chosen to compete for the All-
American Cheerleader Award.
Karen Hendrick was the Owl
mascot before her tragic death.
Her outstanding spirit and
dedication will be missed
Left to right: Robin Cons, Suzy Hirth, Stefi Rocstoczy, Amber White, Erin Marshall,
Melani Espil, Crista Lair.
Melani Espil, junior Crista Lair, junior Robin Cons, sophomore
Suzy Hirth, senior
Stefi Rocstoczy, senior
Above: A little high-steppin' with the Owl. One of the many mounts our cheerleaders have perfected.
The cheerleaders worked hard on this banner for Parent Ap-
Stefi led the crowd ata home game
Go Big Red.
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Right. Tyneiia and Cher
Junior Vorsity Cheer
Above: Susan has perfect balance.
by Kim Dewey
The junior varsity
cheerleaders are a vital necessi-
ty, not only to the JV football
team, but for the spirit express-
ed by the rest of the school as
The girls worked hard at fund
raisers to earn money for their
uniforms. The fund raisers con-
sisted of a carwash, a bake sale,
and an auction held in
The girls show their stuff.
The girls also put an enor-
mous amount of effort into their
practices and performances.
They practiced everyday after
school until 4:00 p.m. and also
on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m.
to 11:30 a.m.
Their hard work and dedica-
tion rewareded them with a fun-
filled and successful season.
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L to R: Tiffany Tucker, Jenny Bridges, Sara Ellsworth, T
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by Kim Dewey
Our freshmen cheerleaders
should be credited for their
outstanding efforts. The ten girls
not only take on the responsibili-
ty of being cheerleaders, they
take on the responsibility of be-
ing a dance corps as well.
At the freshman football
games they do their best to
cheer the team to victory. At the
basketball games, the girls cheer
at the sidelines and perform a
dance routine during half-time.
The cheerleaders also received i
the opportunity to direct their
own pep assembly for the
freshmen this year. In order to
perfect their abilities, they 'prac-
tice every Monday and Tuesday
afternoons from 2:30 to 3:30.
In addition to their other con-
tributions, the girls also introduc-
ed two new members to the
spirit line. The Baby Owl and a
baton twirler, Jennifer Rhoads.
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by Kim Dewey
Our pom line isn't just a
glamour job, as everyone seems
to think. The girls must work
hard at what they do.
Over the summer, the girls at-
tended camp at A.S.U. for four
days. ln these four days, the
girls learned, practiced and per-
formed several routines.
Out of twenty-two possible
award 'ribbons they
receive, they brought
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nineteen superior and three ex-
cellent. In addition, they also
brought home a first place
trophy, qualifying them to com-
pete in national competition.
The girls completed their winn-
ings by bringing home three out
of four possible spirit sticks.
Co-Captain Yvonne DeCort,
was chosen to represent Agua
Fria in the Hula Bowl in
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Stephanie Daniels, Julie Morrison, Kaylen Cons, Kirsten Barber, Heather Williams,
Stephanie Taylor, Lisa Leonhardt, Kerri Barber.
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The Poms practiced many hours to perfect their performance.
Stephanie and her ever present
Below and Bottom: The Pom line
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Marching Bo d
Above: Band members at rest.
by Kim Dewey
The Agua Fria Marching
Band is an important part of our
school. The band has two major
responsibilities. One is marching
and performing at football
games. The other is performing
for the student body.
The band also attends away
games and marches in two
paradesg the Homecoming
parade and the Billy Moore
In order to improve their per-
formance, the band held many
practices this year. This in turn
helped to create a more balanc-
Above: The band provided entertainment a
Below: A serious saxophonist.
The Marching Band of Owls is made up of these dedicated students.
The Freshmen also contribute musically,
The percussion line is a major part of the band.
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Above: The woodwinds provide a melodious sound. Above: The solo
Above: The half-time procession begins.
Above: Band members stand at attention while playing.
Above: Band members must keep in step while playing in tune.
Hoof N Doodles
by Jennifer Malody
Hoot-n-Dandies, also known
as the pep band, consists of
members of the marching band
who enjoy showing off their
spirit and talent.
Playing at Pep Assemblies,
and basketball games this year
were two of the main things
these musicians did.
Ms. Leslie Anderson
gives help during
These talented musicians help
to create spirit among the crowd
while cheering our team to
Most members of the band
participated this year to help
create a spirit and pride that
helped make this a successful
The Agua Fria Hoot-n-Dandies.
Members practice first hour.
Members also march at games and parades
Much time is spent listening to Mr. Faris, the band leader. Precision marching is the first responsibility of the
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and dedication. Often times, the the members must work
members must arrive at school especially hard to memorize .45
as early as 7:00 a.m. to routines. Although the work is he if
practice. very challenging, most members
Flag Corps was open to choose return for a second
anyone who wished to try out. season.
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by Tonya Knell
The Wrestlerettes are a
cheerleading squad that cheer
for the Freshmen, Varsity and
Junior Varsity wrestling teams.
The girls are very enthusiastic
and had a very successful year.
They made their own uniforms
in order to cut costs. This year's
squad was made up of sixteen
dedicated girls who worked hard
at perfecting their routines and
enjoyed supporting the
wrestlers in their fight for
The Wrestlerettes practice long hard hours to acheive perfection.
Christine and Billie cheer intensely.
Quiet! We're thinking!
Look, in the sky, it's a bird . . .
This takes concentration
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by Mindy Lueck
Agua Fria Drama Club is for
those theatrically interested
students who participate in and
attend plays along with taking
drama as a class.
Some of the tasks of this
year's members included: help-
ing with the fall and spring
plays, bake sales, making
posters, and doing the make-up
for those acting in the plays. The
Drama Club members also at-
tend other valley high school
productions along with some
The Thespians are an elite
group of Drama students. These
students must meet re-
quirements, and pass an initia-
tion to belong to this group. ln-
itiations were held in the spring.
The Agua Fna South Campus Drama Club has many talented members.
The Agua Fria North Campus Drama Club is very popular,
The Thespians Byron Judge Sponsor
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Far left: Mr. Judge gets the worm s eye view
I Archeology Club'
Tanya rushes to a meeting.
Archeology meeting in progress.
by Kim Soto
Agua Fria's Archeology
Club, sponsored by Mr.
Roger Warner, stayed busy
by visiting various landmarks
in hopes of recovering
historical artifacts. Trips to
places like Kitt Peak allowed
members to learn more about
the past while taking a break
from their everyday routines.
Members enjoyed the club
because it is different from
any other on campus and
gave them the chance to ex-
plore Arizona in a unique
Jeff and Andi dig each other!
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A.C.E.S. is a program that br-
ings academically motivated
students from both campuses
together to participate in
various cultural events
throughout the year. The
students show their creativity by
designing a project to be worked
on during the year. Some of the
activities include trips to the
opera, symphony, theater, and
ballet. The program, for which
the participants receive lk credit
per year, closes with a banquet
where projects are displayed.
Above: Dan Onstad at the computer.
South Campus - A.C.E.S. lSponsored by Ms. Carlsonl
Eunice Taylor, Tom Kennedy and Aasma Maqbool
Freshman A.C.E.S. - fSponsored by Ms, Kotalil-cl
by Jennifer Malody
"lt's been an overall suc-
cess," said Kevin Ritchey, presi-
dent of this year's Key Club.
The service club participated in
over twenty projects helping the
community this year. These in-
cluded "Christmas in the Park"
where the members sold
luminarias to raise money for
the Karen Hendrick Memorial
Fundg wrapping gifts for han-
dicapped children at Christmas
time, and building the
Homecoming mascot which was
burned at the bonfire.
According to the club's vice-
president, Tania Albelda, the
most successful activity was the
Convac program. The Convac
program deals with substance
abuse. This year's program was
held in Gallup, New Mexico.
The entire weekend was spent
learning about substance abuse
and how to deal with it.
All in all this year was a very
successful one for Agua Fria's
Key Club wrapped gifts at Christmas. Members Matt Eichorn and Jenmfe
South Campus Key Club.
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North Campus Key Club.
Top: Eunice Taylor, Aasma Maqbool
Above: Yvonne Decort and Stefi Rosztoczy
Stefi Roszioczy and Susan Shassetz proudly displayed their accomplishments. Member Mindy Leuck.
Renae and Suzy were very active
Another typical Senior photo!!! Man gifts were wra ed because of
these Key Clubbers.
Members were busy at work wrapping Christmas gifts. Ryan Lee, a senior, was engrossed in wrapping.
by Jennifer Malody
Interact is a club for the ser-
vice oriented student. This club
participates in many community
This year the club helped to
feed the hungry of our communi-
ty by sponsoring the annual
Thanksgiving food drive.
Far left: Mr. Bill Leinhardt, spon-
sor, with his toy train.
Right: Members Erin Marshall
and Lincoln Holcomb.
Along with the work, there
were many fun-filled activities.
The members participated in
such enjoyable recreations as
skiing, pizza parties and many
All in all, it was a pleasant
and successful year for the Agua
Fria Interact club.
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North Campus Interact Club.
Two very happy
More happy Interact members. Brooke Green perched at a meeting.
Kevin gave freely of his time for Interact. Tania Albelda was there, too.
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Seniors Andy Hillison and Steve Snavely
were good friends.
Paul Luellig was an active member. Another fascinating meeting.
Senior Jeff Mercy was camping out in the library.
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by Jennifer Malody
The Spanish Club at Agua
Fria is involved in many ac-
tivities. This year the club held
its annual blood drive. The
students were asked to
volunteer to give blood to the
Red Cross. Along with the blood
drive, Spanish Club members
also participated in many ac-
tivities with the French and Ger-
man clubs. These activities in-
cluded: dining out at different
restaurants, a pot luck dinner at
North Campus and also par-
ticipation in Foreign Language
Week. To culminate the year,
the club also sold candy around
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volved in a group
This senior is ready
for a siesta.
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by Jennifer Malody
The French Club at Agua Fria
had a great year. The club had
mahy projects on which they
worked. The longest hours were
spent working on the club's en-
try in the Homecoming parade.
The float was titled "The French
Revolution," It turned out to be
a big success, especially the
The club took several trips
this year. They journeyed to
Phoenix to see the international
Christmas tree display. They
also ate at several different
restaurants with the Spanish
and German clubs.
In the future, the club hopes
to raise enough funds through
candy sales and other fund
raisers to travel as a group to
Above: The finished float in the parade.
Far left: Kim Dewey and Donna Clay
stuffed chicken wire with paper napkins.
Above: South Campus French Club. Above: North Campus French Club.
Mr. Billingsley and Lori Hardin set their creative minds to work.
Mrs. Billingsley does her
part to contribute to the
french club 4 all
Students participated in discussions.
by Jennifer Malody
The German club at Agua
Fria this year participated in
They held a potluck along
with the other language clubsg
they sold advent calendarsg and
they also attended several din-
ners at which they sampled dif-
ferent types of food from dif-
This year the club also par-
ticipated in Foreign Language
Week. During this week they
competed in a sports competi-
tion with the other language
The year was a busy and
satisfying one with all the many
activities this club participated
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Mrs. Laurie Davis, sponsor, had a far
look in her eyes.
Dawn was smiling but Paul wasn't. Students liked kicking back in German class with a good book.
by Jennifer Malody
All varsity athletes should be
interested in the Letter Club.
The Letter Club is an honorary
club for those students who
have earned a varsity letter.
Due to the hectic schedules of
both coaches and athletes, this
club held no meetings, and had
Far left: Go Dallas!
Right: Disappointed, Mike???
at all home basketball games.
This helped to raise a little
money for the club.
The club is also in charge of
the annual induction of one
athlete to the Hall of Fame. This
took place in February.
The Letter club brought a
sense of accomplishment and
no community fund raisers.
They did however, sell popcorn
pride for those who worked hard
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David Shilliday and friend were busy selling popcorn.
These lettermen sported distinctive jackets of red and grey.
Sponsor Kim Randall and President
by Jennifer Malody
S.A.A.D., otherwise known as
Students Against Drunk Drivers,
is a new organization on cam-
pus. Students participate in pro-
grams designed to curb the in-
cidence of students driving
drunk and dying.
Although there have been no
fatal drunk driving accidents at
Agua Fria, there is still a need
for this organization to exist.
The members of S.A.A. D. show
their support by donating time
and effort in making posters and
placing them around campus.
Sponsored by Ms. Kim Ran-
dall, this organization is one of
the most important and influen-
tial clubs on campus. The effort
put forth by this club's members
greatly contributed to the suc-
cess of their campaign for this
Agua Fria South campus S.A.A.D. members.
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Agua Fria North campus S.A.A.U. members.
Members listen to lectures on the good
of not drinking.
Members must meet at least once a month.
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by Jennifer Malody
F.B.L.A., Future Business
Leaders of America, is an
organization for the business
carer bound student. This club
has many activities. This year,
the club sold candy and had a
pizza party. The club also had a
gift wrapping party at which
members donated their time by
wrapping gifts for the needy
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Members also participate in
business practice competitions.
In these competitions, the
studetns compete in areas such
as: speed drills, dictation and ac-
counting. These are all skills
that are needed to be successful
in' business. This club is perfect
for those students with these
FBLA South Campusg sponsored by Mrs. Cutler.
Busy future businessmen and business women. Mrs- Cutler directed traffic-
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Santa's helpers wrapped children's gifts.
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by Kim Dewey
ln addition to the other
organizations, Agua Fria has its
very own youth group . , .
Young Life. Young Life enables
students to get closer to God but
in a fun way.
The large group, directed by
Bob and Lisa Staples, meets
every Monday night from 7:30
to 8:30. Within this hour, Young
Life members put on skits, sing
songs, play games, and have a
time-out for praying.
The Young Life organization
also went to camp where the
members attended workshops
and met other fellow Young Life
members from around the state.
Young Life members Kaylen
Cons and Alicia McAnally sum it
up by saying, "Young Life is a
great way to have fun and learn
Simon says, "Scratch your left ear Witt
your right hand."
There are over one hundred members in Young Life.
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Above: Kevin Ritchey
by Jennifer Malody
National Honor Society is an
honorary organization for those
students who excel academical-
ly. To become a member, a stu-
dent has to meet certain
qualifications. A sophomore has
to have a grade point average of
4.75. Juniors and Seniors must
have an average of 4.5. Activity
points must also be earned
through leadership and service
At the end of the year, the
club held its annual induction.
This is a parent-student,
candlelight ceremony which is
designed to welcome the new
members and congratulate them
on their achievements. The next
morning, AF teachers each took
a new member to the NHS
breakfast held in inductees
honor at the North Campus din-
Above: South Cam'
pus National Honor
Right: Padma looked
enthused and Brooke
Far Right: Liza talked
and Brooke was
meditating again . .
"This is a calculator." "Can you say calculator, boys and girls?" Pat Papa could.
Junior Laura Shaffer was caught off
Members-participated in many activities. Todd Daggert conferred with club sponsor, Mrs, Joanne Bauer.
Many members were ac-
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by Jennifer Malody
Agua Fria Student Council is
a very important organization.
This year the students passed
many petitions for dances, and
candy sales along with other
Besides fund raising issues,
the council also broke up into
committees to organize
Far left: Everyone expressed
their opinion at once.
Homecoming, and Spring Week.
The students also organized the
Christmas Formal which was
held at North Campus.
The Student Council
members worked closely with
the administration in order to
see that the student body had a
voice in how the school was run.
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South Campus Student Council consists of many students. North Campus Student Council class officers.
Are Jon Ayers, Kevin Ritchey, Todd Daggertt, and Nick Banaszak working hard?
Mr. Cloud confers with Steve Snavely and Ryan Lee on an executive decision.
Top: Trang listened intently.
Far left: Chris Renae, John and Kevin
enjoyed Student Council.
Freshmen ventured their opinions.
Melissa Ondo offered some ideas,
Looks like Student Council was lots of fun. Ryan Lee and Steve Snavely made an executive decision.
by Jennifer Malody
ROTC is an organized class
for those military minded
students at Agua Fria. There
were approximately 200
students enrolled in the class
With numerous fund raising
activities this year s class raised
over one thousand dollars
Along with fund raising
students helped to relandscape
the ROTC compound with
materials donated by Luke Air
This year s ROTC class work
ed hard on many projects and
made this year a rewarding and
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ROTC "B" Flight
ROTC "C" Flight
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by Jennifer Malody
This year's Drill Team was
expanded into two teams. In
past years there had been only
one varsity team. This year
however, the Drill Team had a
junior varsity and varsity squad.
Because of the increase in in-
terest ROTC members felt the
change was necessary. The
junior varsity team consisted of
freshmen and sophomores while
the varsity consisted of the more
Right: The annual Halloween
dance was a popular event.
Bottom right: The Drill Team's
march to victory.
experienced juniors and seniors.
In the Billy Moore Days com-
petition, the varsity took third
place. Along with marching in
the Billy Moore parade, the
teams also participated in a spr-
ing semester competition.
The overall success ofthe two
teams was based upon the in-
creased interest in students and
the hard work put into perfec-
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AFJROTC Drill Team members.
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by Jennifer Malody
The Color Guard was another
activity that JROTC students
could participate in. Marching in
parades, presenting the flag at
football and basketball games
and ushering at banquets were a
few of the responsibilities of the
Color Guard. This year's Color
Guard placed third in the Billy
Moore Day's competition.
Along with the Color Guard,
Right: The other life of a Col-
or Guard member.
Bottom right: Members often
visit Luke Air Base.
many students were active in
the Rocket Club. Rocket Club
members built rockets which
they entered in national com-
petitions. In competitions the
rockets are judged in four
categories: highest, egg loft,
closest to a target, and longest
glide. The Rocket Club provides
a challenging activity for ROTC
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5 6 desert howl
by Kim Dewey
The Desert Howl, Agua Fria's
school newspaper, is not easy to
put together. The journalism
students work very hard to pro-
duce an exceptional newspaper.
The newspaper staff consists
of first, second, and third year
journalism students. The first
year students learn the basic
principles of newswriting, while
the second and third year
students do the actual reporting
and writing. Only later do the
first year students get to ex-
periencelreporting and writing.
Because of their creativity
and dedication, we are able to
read an informative and en-
Mrs. Yvonne Moulton, Adviser
The 1987-1988 Desert Howl staff.
Ann Shassetz, Renae Wichman, Tania Albelda
Greg Huyck, Editor
Ann Marie Wiley, Reporter
Rebecca Romero, staff member.
Lori Sears was hard at work,
Scott Wiggins said, "What is
this?" Matt Papworth replied,
"A dead one of this!"
Right: Phil Roderick and Jennifer
Malody in a staff meeting,
by Jennifer Malody
This yearls publications staff
has done, as you can tell, a ter-
rific job. Throughout the year
staff members worked late into
the night on holidays and even
weekends to bring you this
Besides the late hours spent
meeting deadlines, the staff also
had to surmount the problem of
lack of funds. Some members
donated their time to car
washes, and selling balloons in
Stacy Rose and Jon
order to help meet the demand
Congratulations is certainly in
order for those students who
spent many hours to the con-
struction of this book.
Jennifer Malody, senior, said,
'LThe sweat, blood and tears are
all worth it when you see people
enjoying the finished productf'
The Wickiup staff sincerely
hopes that you enjoy our "Look
into the past."
The Agua Fria Publications Staff Tonya Knell worked dilligently
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by Stacy Rose
From the age of five, Stefani Taylor was encouraged by her mother ti
take dance. Under Mrs. Taylor's direction, Stefani began ballet and tal
classes, and the lessons continued for six years. At the end of this perioc
she moved on to take dance from Joann Blase, whom she has studiec
with for the past five years. In the last two years Stefani's dancing in
terests have widened to include jazz. She attends class three to four times
a week, for two hours a day. Through the years her favorite type of danci
has remained ballet. Since the age of eleven Stefani has been "on toe'
The dancer she most admires is the world famous ballet star, Mikhai
While she attended Litchfield Park Elementary School, Stefan
choreographed dances for the school plays, along with her own perfof
mances at recitals held by her teacher.
As a sophomore her dancing ability earned her a spot on the pom line
here at Agua Fria. She rehearsed at least ten hours a week to practice fo:
the dances she performed at halftime during football and basketbal
Stefani's future plans are to attend Brigham Young University in Utah
where she hopes to obtain a degree to teach dance on a university level.
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Trish Cuskaden, Michelle Willer, Brian Cuskaden, Dave Billingsley, Mat Grenger, Shelly Young, Ray Lay, Shaunn Bachman, Jackie McDaniel, Mr.
Bottom row: Stacey Rayner, Kathryn Brown, Michele Roberts, Edie Helfington, Melissa Glover, Kurt Yarborough, Christy Balmbyea, Neala Carson,
Renee Corlew, Tina Knicker, Trina Brucker, Scott Potter, Spencer Brown.
r FFA stands for Future Farmers of
' America. Although there are many
chapters throughopt, the state, Agua
Fria has one of the largest in Arizona.
The class begins at Freshman level
where students learn leadership skills.
One of the most important tests of
these "C-reenhands" is to be able to
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The upper class members begin the
year by planting a vegetable garden.
The produce is then harvested and given to the local Senior Center.
A very important part of FFA is the purchase, raising, showing and
sale of animals. Students show various livestock including steers,
pigs, rabbits, and sheep.
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Clint Amator recites the National FFA Creed.
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Kenny Brown concentrates on bench pressing.
Approximately 300 students took a
Weight Training class in the 1987,'88
school year. Instructors Mr. Bob Grey
and Mr. Tom Wheately kept students
in shape and interested in the course.
The main emphasis of the course was
to improve each person s strength and
knowledge of the different muscles
Strength and endurance were mcreas
ed wzth the three mam lifts the bench
the squat and the clean
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During May the boys competed in the Super Stars. Boys under
151 lbs. competed as lightweights while boys over 151 lbs. com-
peted as heavyweights, in eight different events. Girls competed in a
L'Miz Fitness" contest similar to the boy's competition.
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Ricardo Moreno, Jimmy Gallegos, and Troy Jehneli
just love weight training!!
Danny Dew puts all his strength into the clean lift
Eddie Solis looks up while performing the squat lift.
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Steve Vizzera can't wait to get started.
David Rutherford, Danny Dew, Amador Alvarado and Raul Rodriguez know that the hard work pays off.
Muscle Man Sam Webster poses for a q
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Pictured: Phil Roderick, Terrie Russo, Jennifer Nardini, Kim Palmer, Anne Billingsley, Marilyn Trexler, Jill Schofield, Tim Clarke, Jon Peebles. V
The Agua Fria Photo Staff is com-
posed of juniors and seniors that have
completed the first-year photo pre'
requisite. Mr. Andre Doyon teaches
this class which meets five hours each
week. The students are given
assignments for taking pictures for the
yearbook and the newspaper. There
were ten Photo Staff members this
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Tim Clark showed his technique for processing.
Betsy Waitt shows a dance step she learned in class.
These students danced their hearts out.
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The Modern Dance Class is an elec-
tive course offered to Sophomores,
Juniors, and Seniors. The course con-
sists of Aerobicsy Country dancing,
Jazz, Ballet, and Modern Dance. At
the end of the first quarter, students
choose one dancetand perform it in
front of the crowd ata home basket-
ball game. Miss' Kim Randall teaches
this course during third and fifth
hours. Modern Dance Class is a fun
Way to meet people and get into shape
at the same time.
Michelle Pennington demonstrated a step in country dancing. d d ,
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Art Club, Top row: Tyrone Anderson, Leroy Johnson, Ken Pritchard, Marta Wiley, Kris Reinhart, Chris McAniff Sam Lay Jeff Schmuki Ann Lavoie Jason Mac
Clure, Mr, Smith, sponsor. Bottom row: Susan Reinhart, Melissa Kraus, Edie I-leffington, Trang Ngyuen, Spencer Brown David Shocker Donn Ebarb Matt Eichorn
Ann Shassetz, Jerry Callands.
The Art Class is an elective course
offered to students in all four grades.
Students learn how to make sterling
silver jewelry, basic sketching techni-
ques, claywork, and silkscreening.
The students that show superior art
skills may enter their projects in an ex-
hibit. After completing two years ot
art study, students receive their Art
letter. The class is taught by Mr.
Kris Reinhart files her sterling silver ring
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The Agua Fria speech class is an
elective course offered to students
sophomore level and higher. During
the one semester class students learn
to research, write, and deliver
speeches in front of their class. The
class is taught by Mr. Ignacio Gutier-
rez and is only offered during third
hour during both semesters.
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Jodi Paroutka enjoys reciting her well-researched paper
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Tammy Walker pauses during an impromptu speech.
Top row: Mike Wilcox, Matt Burkett, James Dixon, Kim Palmer, Kim Keehn, Scott Gazda, Christine Garner, Tracy Woolgar, Randy Leite, Debra Simon
Kathy Gage, Barbara Crumley, Bottom row: Mr. Hagerman, Richard Lopez, Kim, Manuela Baiuelos, Angela Bravo, Juanita Miranda, Trang Ngyuen
Trudy Williams, Susan Carter, Lori Ellis, Andrea Navarrette.
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The D.C.E. or D.O. which stands
for diversified occupation is a group of
students that attend school in the mor
ning and work in the afternoon Some
students leave after fourth and others
after fifth hour. This unique course of
study is advised by Mr. Gary Hager
man. Students enjoy this type of
study-work day. This program is ideal
, , if not only shows students how to get a
by Scott Wiggins and Amber White
Aimee Brainard started her swimming career at the age of 5, with the Parks anc
Recreation program in her community. Recognizing her talent at such an early age
enabled her to pursue better training with the Glendale Gauchos. Aimee gets up early
every morning in order to arrive at swim practice by 5:00 am, where she swims for
two and a half hours. She then returns, after school, for another two and a half hour
workout at 4:00 pm.
Aimee not only swims for the Gauchos, but also for the Agua Fria girls' swim team
She has broken seven out of eight standing high school records. These include the
honors of First in the 50 meter freestyle and Second in the 100 meter freestyle at the
State meet. Along with an All-American award in 100 meter free-style and All-
American Consideration for the 50 meter freestyle, Aimee enjoys swimming and frel
quently attends meets in California, Texas, and many Midwestern states. Her goal this
year is to achieve an award at the Nationals on March 20th. Along with the man i
awards she has earned in high school and Junior Nationals, Aimee will be striving for 3
time of 23:59 seconds in the 50 meter freestyle, in Mission Viejo, California in March
which will quality her for the Olympic time trials.
To top off her exceptional physical talent, Aimee is also endowed with greal
academic ability. She attends a full day of school, loaded with advanced classes. She
currently holds an A+ grade average in her junior year. For this she has been recogniz
ed as the only person from Arizona to win the Academic All-American award.
After high school Aimee would like to attend college and continue swimming
Although she has received letters from many outstanding colleges, her heart is set or
Texas A8rM. Good luck Aimee in all you do!
Students in the Spotlight . . .
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Cuskaden, Pat Papa, Sean Forsythe, Ryan Lee, Lincoln Holcomb, Myron Villasana, Mike Chavez, Ken Brown, Patrick Hall,
A Mat Trumbull - Darian Mellon, Larry Gardner, Todd Relb, Brian Moreno, Tim Wiley. Third row: Coach Reynaldo Peru, Ricardo Moreno,
' A H A "Breaking the school Christy Kraklio, Gayle Washington, Ted Beecroft, Jesse Avena, Marty Gonzales, Coach Tom Wheatley, Anthony Jaurique,
, rj re co rd for Win Greg Huyck, Coach Ralfe Taylor, Coach Dan Hemandez, Vic Ayon, Aundre Anderson, Billy Merion, Chris Rogers. Second
J A Q ,V streak." row: Mike Webster, Jesse Ortiz, Alfie Alvarez, Keith Huckaby, Leroy Johnson, Shane Porter, Eric Gonzales, Jesus Bravo,
' Mike Ozuna. First row: Sal Penunuri, Tim Phipps, Chris Lewis, Steve Lewis, Steve Richmond, Larry Gonzalez, Amador
Alvarado, Buck Simington, Jeff Mercy.
' by: Matt Papworth
A-F 0PP0nenf A "This team scored an average of 31 points per game, and gave up
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21 Prescott 6 an average of 6 points. To win 12 straight games is quite an ac-
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21 Tellesen 20 b Coach Wheatle describes the strength of the 1987-1988 Varsity
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Skyline Division Champs on their way to their third consecutive Division Championship. The
' immense amount of effort put forth by this year's team more than
made up for their small physical size.
Through the eyes of a senior:
Myron Villasana -
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Jeff Mercy - "Looks
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the final seconds of
the Peoria game."
Lincoln Holcomb -
"Running out of time
in the first half against
Patrick Hall -
"When l scored a
kickoff return against
Ryan Lee - "Getting
to know J. D. and
Steve Richmond -
and having a perfect
Sal Penunuri - "Our
win over our rival
Jesse Avena -
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Van Eldridge -
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Tyrone Anderson -
Wheatley for 'teach-
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Dave Peterson -
Buck Simington -
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Sam Webster -
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the ref at Flowing
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Peterson greet their opponents.
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The Junior Varsity football team had a very discouraging year, ending witt
a record of 1-7-1, The boys put out a good effort, losing within a touchdowi
in five games out of the nine games played. Head Coach Bob Trout stated
"We were in seven out of eight games." The one game the team was out o
became known as Black Wednesday, losing to Westwood 53-O. The team!
only win was against Glendale 9-6.
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Top row: Coach Bob Trout, Lenny Perez, Tom Schoaf, Danny Chevalier, Chris Lettieri,
Steve Sapp, Paul Sarzoza, Saul Salinas, Tony Clutf, Russ Ellis, Dave Foulke, Russ Bynum,
I.. Coach John Beecroft. Middle row: Alban Gonzales, Joe Leon, Joe Vigil, Jess Moreno, Chad
Millette, Manuel Morales, Ben Avitia, Pat Robinson, Ron Castillo, Jim Gallegos. Bottom row:
Aaron Sanaski, Gabe Romero, Rene Rodriquez, Mike Holmes, Marvin Cook, Dana Crujido,
Henry Escobar, Henry Laborin, John Larson, Abel Uriarte, Chris Puaa. Absent: Coach
Pecora, Steve Vizzera, Ralph Garza, Mike Anderson.
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by Matt Papworth
The freshman football team had a great season ending with a record of 6-2-1. An
excellent season like this is hard to come by, when most of the players were out for
football for the first time in their lives. With a strong coaching staff and hard work,
they made something out of this year.
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Aaron Sutton, Branden Husky, Okan Tezucar, Brian Vasiloff, Rafael Ortega, Matt Minshall,
' Chad Ashline, Coach Staples, Jason Albrand, Ryan Gray, Mike Halvorson, Fidel Estrada,
Jesse Perez, Jim Clifton, Coach Howard White, Anthony Chavez, David Goitia, Matt
Hillison, Erik Dean, Narciso Hernandez, Coach Bresnahan, Doug Shook, Gabriel Rodriquez,
William Eisenhuth, Tom Baggett, Brandon Kreuger, Todd Ashline, Chris Tyler, Keith
Shulsky, Kevin Withers, Tony Aguirre, Clint Amator, Tony Cruze.
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by Phil Roderick
This year's girls Varsity cross country team had a remarkable season considering the inexperience
of the runners. Coach Kim Randall displayed her thoughts for the season by saying, "It was a fun and
enjoyable year. Each girl worked hard."
The team concluded the year with a 3-5 record. This was outstanding considering the intense com-
petition they faced throughout thexyear. The team was paced by the number one runner, Brenda
Downing. The team received leadership from seniors Debbie Hilty and Colleen Adney. "It was a
rebuilding year," remarked Coach Randall, "We built the foundations for a strong team in the
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Kneeling: Barbara Beebe, Melissa Hernandez. Standing: Coach Kim Randall, Brenda Downing, Mendi
Eckert, Debbie Hilty, Deborah McCullough, Elsie Guerrero. Not Pictured: Colleen Adney.
Brenda Downing paces herself for the finish. Colleen Adney, senior, prepares for the race
Through the eyes of a senior:
by Phil Roderick
This year's varsity cross-country team accomplished many of their set goals, despite their team
record. After losing the majority of the team last year, this season was a time to rebuild. "lt was a dif-
ficult season,'l remarked Coach David Clark, 'ibut each runner came to the practices and worked
t": ' "Going to state" hardy,
l' Im ig, The team was led by the only returning runner and the number one runner, Chad Spicer. Spicer
5. '22 completed the season by placing 9th in divisionals. Other important runners were second year let-
X. ' A " 2' termen Sam Lay and David Shilliday.
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g with the mama Even though they were facing tough competition, they maintained a positive attitude."
Sam Lay, senior, showed his excitement before the race.
Kneeling, Left to right: David Shilliday, Sam Lay. Standing, Left to right: Coach Clark, Chad Spicer,
Paul Veilleux, Dan Onstad, Sean Crawley, John Taylor, Bobby Rodriguez.
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Top row: Coach Mike Mahon, Chicky Johnson, Alicia Perez, Jennifer Rogers, Robin
West, Gina Syverson, Manager - Shawna Young. Bottom row: Gloria Villasana,
Jullitte Carrion, Julia Price, Yella Johnson. '
Hard work and determination paid off for the 1987 Var-
sity volleyball team. After losing the division championshi
match to Cortez, the Lady Owls proved themselves b
defeating Cortez in the state championship 15-11,15-4.
Mike Mahon, Varsity head coach, exclaimed, "Winnin
the State Championship is obviously the most excitin
thing that has happened in the three years l've coached.
All the credit goes to the girls. They worked extremely
hard throughout the year and played together as a team."
"The girls who have been in the program all three years
have seen a lot of changes and realize what hard work can
do," he added. Mahon was also selected as Coach of the
All-State selections were first team, Jennifer Rogers,
senior. She was also selected to the all-division first team
and was named honorary captain of the team. Other all-
division selections were Gina Syverson, senior, and Chicky
Johnson, junior, receiving first team. Juniors, Robin Wesh
and Julia Price were both named all-division honorable
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record of O-7. The girls were coached by Rick Spears. Coach Spear
commented, "The team was made up of mostly freshmen an
sophomores. We ended on a high note, defeating Washington o
Parent's Night. Washington had only lost two games the entir
season and were highly respectable." The girls are expected to d
very well next year.
Standing: Theresa Leulling, Andrea Orozco, Coach Rick Spears, Nyrene Scott, K
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The freshman volleyball team ended their season with a record of
8-5. The girls were coached by first year Coach Jill Rowland.
Coach Rowland is experienced, having played in high school and
intramurally at Arizona State University. The team's goals for the
year were for each player to get down three hits and to help each
player improve enough to be on Junior Varsity or Varsity next year.
Most Valuable Player award went to Sandy Cruz. Juanita
Candelaria, Monica Flores, Lisa Papa, and Lisa Villeaux received
the Most Improved Players awards.
onelxx Top row: Sandy Cruz, Jennifer Rhodes, Coach Jill Rowland, Denise Whitehead, Ber-
09 nice Bustos. Bottom row: Juanita Candelaria, Lisa Villeux, Monica Flores, Lisa Papa.
Sitting: Ginger Phillips, Vicki Gonzales.
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This year the Girls' Swim Team finished unexpectedly well against a tough Skyline division. Entering the
Divisional tournament in eighth place, the team finished fourth. This is an amazing feat for a team this small
in size. With only three seniors this year, this team will be even stronger next year. The talent and sheer
determination of the girls really pulled them through, said Coach Lori Davis. Congratulations to the '87-'88
team, and Good Luck '88-'89 Girls' Varsity Swim Team.
Bottom row: Polly Delaney, Kandi Shep-
pard, Joy Mercy, Marian Wills, Liza
Weyrauch, Karen Hendrick. Second
row: Coach Lori Davis, Joanna Nickell,
Emma Taylor, Anne Shassetz, Aimee
Brainard. Top row: Daun Erierhart,
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The boy's Varsity swimming team, which was once again coached by Sonny Culbreth, ended
their season with a record of 4-5. According to Culbreth, this team was the smallest Agua Fria has
had in some years, with ten swimmers and four divers.
The team competed exceptionally well in divisionals in which sophomore Phil Whitmore finish-
ed fifth in the one hundred yard fly and senior John Tebbe Finished fourth in the one hundred
yard back. Senior Donn Ebarb and sophomore Brian Eichler finished sixth in diving. The relay
team, which included John Tebbe, Phil Whitmore, junior Ted Beecroft and sophomore Tom
Delaney ended in third place.
gi M "Swimming through Two divers, Brian Eichler and Donn Ebarb, made All-State in the one meter diving event while
Iii th e L i r C h f i e 1 d John Tebbe ualified for State in the one hundred ard backstroke.
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' tainly a building season." Coach Culbreth also commented that this was his first losing season ever
'T' a V H HPI as a head coach but added that there should be a big improvement next year.
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X . Delaney, John Tebbe, Ken Pritchard, Matt Eichorn. Bottom: David
Schacher, Robby Weyrauch, Matt Papworth, David Vasiloff, Ted
Beecroft, Donn Ebarb, Brian Eichler, Chris Harms.
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your seat belts!
Through the eyes of a senior:
"Running up and
down the stairs at
North Campus for
Renae Wichman: "Be-
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Suzy Hirth: "Having
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Top: Nichole Adams, manager, Dakri Brondt, Suzy Hirth, Renae Wichman, Elise Doyle, Coach Diane McPeak,
Assistant Coach Duey Buchannon. Middle: Julie Morrison, Kaylen Cons, April White, Laura Densford, Tania
Albelda, Karen Koontz, Aasma Maqbool. Bottom: Amy Wheat, Jenni Hirth, Judy Cachln, Shannon
Gongaware, Jamie Moore, Laurie Courtney.
The varsity badminton team ended their
season with a 6-7 record. The returning
players included seniors Suzy Hirth, and
Renae Wichman, juniors Kaylen Cons,
Laura Densford, Julie Morrison and Tania
Abelda and sophomore Jamie Moore. The
varsity team's biggest win occurred at Glen-
dale High School where the final score was
Those who competed in divisionals on Oc-
tober 30 and 31 at Mountain View were
singles Laura Densford and Julie Morrison
and doubles Suzy Hirth and Renae
Wichman, Kaylen Cons and April White.
Laura Densford placed fourth in the Skyline
division and went on to place in the top
twelve and the state tournament held on
November fifth and sixth.
The junior varsity team also had a very
rewarding season. The team consisted of
eight sophomores, two freshmen, and one
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record of 7-5 with a win against tough Moon
Coach Diane McPeak said of the team,
"We were one of the youngest teams in the
division and hope to have a very com-
petitive team next year."
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The 1987 girls golf team did exceptionally well with a 9-4 record, which qualified
them for State. The Lady Owls placed 6th in the competition.
The team was led by Crista Snider, a sophomore, who medaled five times for the
Lady Owls. She was the top-ranked player on the team. Following in a close se
cond were juniors Crista Lair and Teresa Snider.
Coach Dick Schreiber feels very confident that the team will prosper next year
with every player returning.
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Kneeling: Melani Espil, Alison Conrad, Teresa Snider. Standing: Coach Dick
Schreiber, Crista Lair and Crista Snider.
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Jon Ayres - "My
first 9 holes without
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Agua Fria's boys' golf team has had another victorious year.
The team went to state again and placed fourth overall in the
state championships. Coached by Wayne Bateman, the Owls'
final team record was a respectable 22-3, losing by a very narrow
margin. Senior John Buttemiller, ranking number one on the
Agua Fria team, commented, "The season was very successful,
but we never did really reach our full potential as a team. In-
dividually, we each reached a high point in the season, but when
two guys would play very well, the other two would do poorly.
The season was rewarding nonetheless."
Pictured from Left to right, Standing: Baran Schimidt, Chris Vizzerra, Brett Potts, Neil
Taylor, Shaugne Ahart, Coach Wayne Bateman. Kneeling: John Buttemiller, Brian West,
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By Phil Roderick
When asked about his year's girls freshmen tennis team, coach Don Shilliday, Sr.
replied, "lt was a 'very gratifying season, each girl showed growth and improvement
throughout the seasonfl
The team overcame two early season losses to beat Casa Grande and Maryvale. This
is remarkable considering only one girl, Jennifer Wright, had ever played organized ten-
Shilliday mainly centered on teaching the girls basic skills such as grip, forehand, and
serves. Each girl improved tremendously in each of these areas, according to Shilliday.
Kneeling, Left to right: Kim Burleson, Heather Grenyo. Standing, Left to right: Coach Don Shilliday, Jen
nifer Wright, Cheri Rose, Sherri Caldwell, Jenny Randall, Linda Pennington, Mgr. Aaron Minyard.
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45 Peoria 71
44 Washington 63
34 Prescott 60
52 Buckeye 65
49 Independence 55
42 Cactus 64
76 Independence 51
62 Tolleson 59
70 Glendale 46
52 Sunnyslope 70
67 Goldwater 66
68 Washington 44
62 Prescott 54
44 Buckeye 32
62 Independence 55
51 Cortez 65
59 Tolleson 52
80 Glendale 49
63 Sunnyslope 79
61 Goldwater 44
by Robyn Rumble
The game is in overtime. There are six seconds left.
Goldwater High has just made the basket to take the lead.
The score: 65 Owls, 66 Bulldogs. There seems to be no
hope left for Agua Fria. J. D. Boe takes the ball out. He
passes it to Kenny Brown. Brown passes it to Patrick Hall
who is waiting at the free throw line. Hall takes the shot,
makes it, and Agua Fria wins!
This is just one example of the "go get em" spunk of the
Varsity Basketball Team.
The team is coached by Wayne Bateman and Assistant
Coach Dave Goitia. The team practices everyday except
game days and Sundays. They have had hard practices
and played tough games. The team ended this season with
a 12-10 record.
Junior Kenny Brown said "On the better average I feel
we have one of the better teams, but we should work more
as a team, not just as individuals." Junior Gary Barnes
Overall each individual played well. If they work
together more as a team next year, Agua Fria should be
Statisticians, Robyn Rumble, Cristal Rodriguez, Ashli Troeh, and
Lay, take stats for the game with enthusiasm.
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Steve Rogers anticipates entering the game.
Steve Snavely smiled as he watched the 'Pom and
Top row: Coach Wayne Bateman, Steve Rogers, John Graham, Lincoln Holcomb, Gary Barnes, J. D. Boe, Cheer Warm up'
Assistant Coach David Goitia. Bottom row: Patrick Hall, Kenny Brown, Steve Snavely, Mark Lambrecht, Eddie
Solis, Sam Webster, Benji Castaneda.
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Benji Casteneda did some more of his fancy foot work.
Steve Rogers shot the winning shot.
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by Scott Wiggins
The J .V. basketball season started off slowly but ended
with a 12-7 record. The team improved greatly from their
slow start but made a strong comeback.
Keith Huckaby, sophomore, was the leading player for
the Owls. Coach Descombes said that all of his strong
players will contribute greatly in next year's season.
Paul Sarazoza had good form as he shot for two.
A ' L lst row: Tom Schoaf, Alban Gonzalez, Patrick Robinson, Keith Huckaby, Andy
Ruiz. 2nd row: Paul Sarazoza, Ted Beecroft, James Pennington, Eddie Hager-
A man, Dan Slagle, Tim Reid, and Coach Wayne Descombes.
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44 Washington 49
48 Prescott 77
61 Buckeye 34 - A M-
69 Independence 31
59 Cortez 38
66 Tolleson 31
47 Glendale 41
56 Sunnyslope 49
34 Goldwater 52
66 Washington 41
57 Prescott 51
63 Buckeye 54
66 Cortez 63
65 Tolleson 36
55 Glendale 26
57 Sunnyslope 66
54 Goldwater 46
The Owls showed us a good version of their fancy footwork.
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by Scott Wiggins
The '87-'88 Freshmen basketball team finished with a
9-7 year. The team was led by David Goitia who averag-
ed 14 points a game with a season high of 30 points
against Tolleson. Bill Leinart, the coach, felt very proud
of his team.
The team's highest game was against Prescott. Even
though they suffered a defeat, they scored their highest
game with 67 points.
Sitting: Erik Dean, Okan Tezucar. Kneeling: Jimmy Niesen, David Goitia, Antony
Chavez, Matt Hillison, Ryan Gray. Standing: Jason Albrand, Brian West, Chris
Perkins, Ramiro Sandoval, Tony Aguirre, Kevin Withers and Coach Bill Leinart.
67 Prescott 7Q
58 Buckeye 32
57 Independence 45
49 Cortez 70
66 Glendale 49 i
53 Tolleson 49
63 Sunnyslope 60
46 Washington 39
46 Prescott 42
36 Buckeye 36
54 Independence 59
40 Cortez 55
33 Tolleson 46
62 Glendale 49
52 Sunnyslope 56
26 Goldwater 44
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Through the eyes of a senior:
Dina Astorga - "My
first practice with
coach Grey and mak-
ing Varsity as a
Bobbie Jo Boit -
"Adjusting to the new
The Varsity girls softball team end-
ed their season with a record of 9-7.
They were coached by first year
Coach Mike Mahon. They were led by
pitcher Chicky Johnson, junior, and
right-fielder Laura Densford, junior.
Seniors Dina Astorga, and Bobbie Jo
Boit also contributed greatly. .
The team should have an excep-
tionally good season next year with E
most of their starters returning for a
Standing: Coach Mike Mahon, Kandi Sheppard, Chicky Johnson, Alicia Perez,
Sheppard, Delia Sanchez. Kneeling: Yella Johnson, Alicia McAnally,
Densford, Susan Hunt. Sitting: Bobbie Jo Boit, Susan Shassetz, and Dina Astorga
shot at state. Q s - it as T "" i S!
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Agua Fria Opponents
3 Cortez 0
7 Glendale 4 V
11 Independence 10 wma . A 'WW W' "i' 'S'
5 S'Slope 6
10 Washington 2
4 St. Mary's 6
7 Xavier 6
6 Cortez 11
13 Glendale 11
1 Goldwater 3
17 S'Slope 6
2 Washington 6
8 St. Mary's 1
0 Xavier 2
The girls listen to Coach Mahon attentively.
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Sitting: Tami Schmuki, Juliet Carrion, Ann Marie Wylie. Kneeling: Shawna Young, Leticia Orozco, Sam Johnson,
Idalia Arjona, Bertha Guerrero. Standing: Patricia Johnson, Nyrene Scott, Coach Linda Phillips, Andrea Orozco, Elise
Agua Frla Opponents
8 Cactus 22
7 Cortez 11
14 Glendale 23
13 Goldwater 16
8 Independence 9
6 S'Slope 17
6 Washington 21
35 St. Mary's 7
10 Xavier 13
7 Cortez 18
5 Glendale 10
8 Goldwater 22
5 Independence 12
22 S' Slope 5
9 Washington 14
13 St. Mary's 17
10 Xavier 6
The Junior Varsity softball team ended their season on an upnote
by defeating Xavier 10-6. Although the team ended their season
with a record of 3-14, they improved drastically from the beginning
of the season. The record was also inaccurate because the softball
program does not have a freshmen team. Junior Varsity has to com-
pensate by placing freshmen on the Junior Varsity team, whereas
they played teams usually with no freshmen. Coach Phillips com-
mented, "We are looking forward to a much better season next
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Eddie Cunningham -
"Wrestling on varsity
for four years."
Nick Hernandez -
"Wrestling at two
levels higher than my
regular level and
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"Wrestling is a sport
that when you win
you get all the glory,
but when you lose you
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This year's 1987-88 Varsity wrestling team had a significant year. The wrestlers were
great one on one, but as a team they lacked experience. Overall they found it to be a l
challenging sport. Coach Roger Warner proudly said, "Not being an outstanding dual
meet team, they were certainly an outstanding tournament team." l
It was a very inspiring year for me, commented senior wrestler Eddie Cunningham. "I
really enjoyed Mr. Warner as a coach. He helped me understand the sport better," he
The three top varsity wrestlers were seniors Jesse Ortiz, Buck
Simington, and Sean Forsythe. Jesse received a lst place at the
Steve Richmond -
"lt was fun while it
Toby Sullivan -
"Running to get into
s h a p e I I h a t e
Sean Forsythe - alt
was an Experience."
Dysart Invitational, a lst place at Divisionals in his weight and I
was 5th in state. Buck placed 3rd at Dysart, and placed lst in his
weight class at Divisionals. Sean placed 2nd at Divisionals and
placed 15th at state.
Bottom row: Rene Rodr
quez, Ramon Perez'
Demetrius Hunter, Bucl
Salazar. Second row
Amador Alvarado, Co
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mond, Adam Becke
Toby Sullivan, Billy
Turner. Top row: Coacl
Roger Warner, Ra
Rodriquez, Jesse Ortlj
Eddy Cunningham, Seal
Forsythe, Coach Bil
McMillian. Not picture
Josh Mason, Nic
Steve Richmond maneuvers his opponent for a pin at Sunnyslope.
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42 Independence 14
24 Cortez 32
50 Glendale 12
12 Greenway 36
15 Shadow Mt. 42
9 Prescott 62
48 Tolleson 18
36 Washington 30
15 Goldwater 34
42 Sunnyslope 15
by Mendi Eckert
This year's 1987-88 J.V. Wrestling Team did well, having a good size
squad. They were ambitious and whenever they were in doubt Coach
McMillan would say "How bad do you want it?" Junior Adam Becker notes
that Mr. McMillan would give them that extra drive.
They had an outstanding season and worked hard.
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Bottom row: Tony Ramirez, Chris Reynolds, Josh Becker, Billy Beach. Second row: Kiley Fellars,
Keith Shulsky, Gene Garcia. Third row: Coach McMillan, Don Rohla, Dustin French, Rubin Levario.
Missing: Tony Cluff, Tim Young, Jason Pina, Vincent Brown, Brandon Kruger, Eddie Rodriquez,
Clint Amator, William Eisenhuth.
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Neil Taylor, "Playing
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Eric Gonzalez, "Play-
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by Scott Wiggins
The Varsity Soccer season ended on a good note for the '87-'88
team. The team, coached by Jay Horen ended with a 4-6 season
and learned a valuable lesson from their defeats as well as their
The team was led by sophomore Alex Parada and senior Kevin
Ritchie. The team was led on a good defensive effort by goalie and
senior Bobby Letteiri and Neil Taylor.
Coach Horen and Coach Kevin Boofman felt, that next year, with
half of their starters returning, will result in a very strong team.
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lst row: Kevin Ritchey, Roman Vasquez, Alex Parada, Tom Ryan, Jeff Mercy. 2nd
row: Preston Withers, Danny Azuna, Chris Tyler, Matt Papworth. 3rd row: Sean
Crawley, Bobby Rodriguez, Brian Moreano, Bobby Letteirri, Eric Gonzalez, Jose
Perez. 4th row: Coach Kevin Boofman, Brett Potts, Neil Taylor, Alex Nicholas,
Trainer Christy Garber and Coach Jay Horen.
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The J.V. Soccer team learned a lot from a rough 1-7 season, but
still had a great time. The team especially enjoyed their away games
with Juniors Mike Mineyard and Scott Wiggins leading cheers to get
the team in that fighting spirit.
The team was led by freshmen Matt Mitchell and Devon Decort
1 with five goals by Matt and four by Devon. Freshman Bobby
Rodriguez had two and Tom Ryan and Scott Wiggins each had one.
' Coach Stephens and Coach Britton feel that next year should be
a much more successful season.
1st row: Sam Azuna, Sonya Hilbert, Devon Decort, Brenda Downing, Andrew
Fischrup, Keith Baldwin. 2nd row: Chad Mlllette, Robert Taylor, Matt Mit-
chell, Bill Cole, Chad Allewine, Raul Perez, Bobby Rodriguez. 3rd row: John
Larson, David Faulk, Mike Chavez, Tanya Hilbert, Coach Shaun Britton,
Coach Tomm Britton. 4th row: Coach C. J. Stephens, Mike Mineyard, Scott
Wiggins, Brady Chatfield, and Trainer Christy Garber.
Tom Ryan passes the ball to get it open for an easy goal.
by Tonya Knell
Shaun Kalos, a professional Motorcross Racer, is a student here at Agua Fria. Many
of you probably recognize him from TV or in a Motorcross Magazine. Shaun got his
first motorcycle, equipped with training wheels, at age three. He started his racing
career here in Phoenix and Tucson at the age of five. Within two years he was travel-
ing to Oklahoma and Tennessee. At seven he also raced his first sponsored ride with
Suzuki, receiving trophies taller than he is now. The next five years brought him
nothing but luck, taking him to ride his first professional race under a contract with
Honda, Shaun is currently with Yamaha and has been with them for a number of
years. As a Team Yamaha Factory, he is the youngest competing rider in the National
Circuit. His Grandparents, Nora and Lloyd Meek, have been his biggest supporters.
They got his racing career off the ground and started taking him to his races. Shaun
said "lf it wasn't for my Grandfather, I wouldn't be in the position I am in right now."
He also says his goal is to become National World Champion which will bring him to
retirement in his mid-twenties. Shaun travels comfortably across the country in his bus
especially designed for living quarters and to haul his equipment. His most
remembered race was in 1985 when he won the Mini National Championship in
Oklahoma. One of Shaun's most outstanding rides was in Hawaii at the Hawaiian
Supercross. He lapped the whole field of racers five times which had never been done
before in the Hawaiian Motorcross history. Shaun is currently racing .throughout the
nation and is striving to meet his goal to become number one Motocross Racer.
Students in the Spotlight . . .
Say, what's up cuz?
Cat got your tongue, Kelly?
Andy, why the sad face?
Students kick back in Drivers Ed.
Juniors got rowdy during a pep assembly.
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Best Dressed: Stacy Rose and John Burrell definitely dress to impress!
Best Bodies: Van Edlridge and Kris Rayner Oops, caught you in the act Van!
Biggest Feet: Brooke Green and Lincoln Holcomb stomped all over the Y,
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Best Looking: Yvonne Decort -and Sean Forsythe were
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Most Dependable: Todd Daggert and Renae Wichman
were a pair anyone could depend on!
Most School Spirited:
Neil Taylor and Denise
Tacy cheered their way
into all our hearts!
Julie Hott and
Tim Clarke were
hidden talent of
Class Flirts: Scott Gazda and Amber White
"Hey you guys, you better cut that out!
Most Athletic: Steve Rogers and Jennifer Rogers were
definitely scholarship material! D
Best Personality: Cindy Early and Chris
Vizzera could always cheer you up!
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took three tries just to take this picture."
Above, Nicest Eyes: John Buttemiller and Kris
Rayner batting those baby blues!
Below, Sexiest Legs: Anne Billingsley and
Jeff Mercy, "Now there were two great
pairs of legs!
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Rosztoczy and Lincoln Holcomb,
Looks really promising!
Right, Best Buddies: Steve Rich-
mond and Sean Forsythe, "Just
call em' the Jolly Green Giant
Cutest Class Couple: Joaquin Humphreys and Cin-
dy Holdcroft, together since 9th grade and still go-
Below, Class Clowns: David Babb and Charolette
Staggs, "lt figures, David!"
Nicest Smile: Dina Astorga and Andy Hillison could definitely brighten a room
with those smiles!
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Homecomings, Christmas Formals, the
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and keep us reminiscing. We have all
become bonded together in close ties. Now
as we all go our separate ways, the I
memories we share together here at Agua
Fria will stay in our hearts forever!
by Cindy Early
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Mike Ayerza had a big grln on hls face
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Manuela Banuelos Kerri Barber Kirsten Barber Dayna Bamey
Colette Humphrey said, "So take that Francine!" Mgrk Bebee
Laura Blythe "Gotcha Debbie!"
Bobbie Jo Boit
Oliver Boeger John Boone Kim Booth
Dana Boyd Mickey Brady Becky Ratliff's serious side.
"Manny, Moe, and Jack" . . . Mike Acuna, Danny Dew, and Randy Duncan clowning around'in Auto Shop!
Angela Bravo Dianna Brinkerhoff
John Buttemiller Jerry Callands
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Susan Carter Juana Chavarin
Margarita Chauarin Tim Clarke Donna Clay Beth Cluff
Sgrgh Cohen Sara Cohen got wild and crazy at her locker! Debbie Cogper
Joen Copeland Sara Corfman Barb Crumley Eddie Cunningham
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Monica Espinoza Valerie Eversoll Bill Farris Jeff Finley
Debbie F ischrup Teri Fontana Sean Forsythe Kathy Gage
Dee Dee Cruze, Dana Boyd, and Randy Zuleger, enjoyed Mrs. Veon's Human Relations lectures.
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Mike Mlnnicks ready to take a dive! Sherri Hallam
Debbie Hardesty Lori Hardin Ricky Harper Kevin Hawkins
Tgmmy Heaney How about these little rascals? Kerri and Kirsten Barber with Amber White.
Edith Heffington Chris Henrickson
Andy Hillison Debbie Hilty Suzy Hirth
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Cindy Holdcroft Julie Hott
Colette Humphrey Joaquin Humpherys Shaun didn 't look too happy
Greg Huyck Sandra Jaramillo Troy Jelinek
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Scarlet Lenouer Lisa Leonhardt Bobby Lettieri
Anna Wolfe and Cheri Holdcroft took an afternoon stroll through campus. Lanny Lighfhill
Ruth Long Cass Lyle Andrea McEluain
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Alex Mena Jeff Mercy Gilbert Mesecher
Chris Mock Peggy Moore David Moreno Larry Morley
Debbie, she didn't mean it. Please don't hurt her. Ting Morton Katie MOSer
Tammy Moton Mike Murphy Brad Muse ReAnn Myers
Andrea Nauarrette Leo Odle Nguyen Phuongtrung Say "Cheese," please
Morie Okano David O'Neal
Brian Caskaden proposed to Christine Coffman as David waited for the
Patrick Papa Mathew Papworth
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Michelle Pennington Sal Penunuri Elizabeth Perez Jose Perez
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Luz Perez Cathy Perkins Amy Peters Tim Phipps
Rebecca Romero Francine Ramos Becky Ratliff
Steve Righmond Sammy Rides Tonya Zavala and Kristen Kuhn went into the money-making business
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Kevin Ritchey Michele Roberts Phil Roderick
Raul Rodriguez Jennifer Rogers Steve Rogers
Scott Ross Stefi Rosztoczy Theresa Russo
Sandra Saunders Jeff Schmuki
Daniel Seel Hi! My name is Ken Arnold and this is my happy sister Kathy!
Tammy Settle Cari Shenandoah Phil Shulsky
Buck Simington Kelly Simmons Claire Smith
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Denice Tacy Anita Tagle Angela Talarico
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Myron Villasana Daniel Wachtler
Mickey Brady, Melissia Kraus and Zack Martinez struggled to keep Zane Ggil Washington Ruth Weber
Sam Webster Liza Weyrauch
Amber White Renae Wichman Anna, calm down. Everything will be OK!
Mike Wilcox Trudy Williams Preston Withers Anna' Wolfe
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SENIORS went crazy during Homecoming Week.
A Look Through the Years
A Look Into the Freshman Year
The teacher I disliked the most
My favorite cafeteria food was
Did you enjoy your square dance partner? yes or no
What did you think of being considered a baby owl?
My fondest memory of Freshman year was
A Look Into the Sophomore Year
My favorite teacher was l.l.l.
The teacher I disliked the most
I likel-.i.better at South Campus, than North Campus.
My fondest memory of Sophomore Year was
A Look Into the Junior Year
Did you still attend dances after the games? yes or no
If you went to the prom, vvho did you go to your first prom with?-1.1
My fondest memory of Junior Year was
A Look Into the Senior Year
My favorite teacher was
The teacher I disliked the most
My most memorable year was
Who was the love of your high school years?
Who was your best friend through the years?-
My favorite song f group was
My most embarrassing moment through the years was
My saddest memory was
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Remember when we started high schoo
as baby owls? We all had chips on our
shoulders because we had to face what we
thought was the enemy. Litchfield vs. Avon-
dale. How about those times sliding down
the banisters when we weren t supposed to?
And all the fun we had square dancing ln
P.E.? Remember all the good times?
Then we started school at South Campus
as mature owls. Have you forgotten how tall
everybody looked to us little sophomores?
How many times did you get lost on your
way to class? Remember, the up-
perclassmen called us "trendles?" We were
flnally accepted when we became juniors.
Now we have one more year as seniors.
Keep making the memories!
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Harold Porter, Superintendent O. K. Fulton, Principal SC Don Cloud, Asst. Principal SC Don Enz, Principal NC
Judy Jensen, Director of Guidance
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April Banuelos, Joseph Brumley, Darnel Wassinger, Eddie Bonner, Ima Love, Elsie Summers, Rosie Fisher, Felipe Wainstein, Robbie
Christopher, Frank Sankot, Holly St. Peter,
Maintenance South Campus
Mike Collier, Karen Adcock, Larry Kemper, Beth Kildoo, John Mason, Wayman Adcock, Les Price, Lee Small, Donald Roderick.
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Mr. Hernandez takes time out to watch cartoons.
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Ms. Nancy Carlson
Ms. Lori Veon and Lyn Ellis
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Do you ever have one of those days when your alarm doesn't
work, you have nothing to wear, or your car,won't start? To top the
morning off, you stumble into Mr. Mahon's room a W second late
and he makes you stand the whole hour. Wouldn't you just love to
throw his head into a steering wheel and pull a 360? Or how about
when you have Mr. Reeder's Biology class right after lunch. Your
sitting in your hard wooden chair and you've GOT to go to the
bathroom. You squirm up to his desk only to find out he won't let
you go? For a split second, wouldn't the thought of dissecting the
man cross your mind? Last but not least, you're lucky enough to
have Mr. Schreiber as a math teacher. He asks an apparently sim-
ple question and you raise your hand to give a reply. Your answer is
turned into the joke of the hour. Can't you just imagine taking your
Algebra 3-4 book and beating him until he's red and grey. At last
the dismissal bell rings, and you're more than ready to call it a day!!!
Mr. Mike Mahon
Mrs. Sonja Hendrick
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heading for the ramps.
girls' Brett Tornow
"All l thought about was girls, girls,
S. Vlzzerra, M. Morales, D. Ozuna, E. Solis, R. Sausedo, F. Ozuna
Sherlynn Cook' and Chlckle Johnson smile
Denise Tacy, Jeff Mercy and Aimee
Tina Morton, Debbie Hardesty, Vanessa Arnie and Chris Sam Webste, hides hy, Potty pass ln shame.
nile, Mendi Eckert, you're
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she looks nice, huh Heron?
"Trying not to fall asleep in class, AGAIN!" Joanna Barry
Aundre Anderson sneaks a peek from beyond.
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Manuel Morales and Christine Goodrich strut their
lt's 8:06 and 45 seconds as you pull into your parking space.
While you are running to class you hear the final bell. OOPS! Late
again. Trying to explain why to your first hour teacher isn't going to
be easy. Thousands of excuses race through your mind. Do you say
you woke up with a massive pimple on the tip of your nose or your
favorite pair of jeans were still wet from the washer? Because you
were late, you now have an extra assignment or two. As you go to
your other classes, the thought of food enters your mind. Finally the
lunch bell rings. The bright orange doors fly open as the hungry
students run to their cars or the cafeteria. The biggest crowd is at
McDonald's. Bic Mac's, large fries and large cokes are ordered one
after the other. The booths are packed and the air is filled with wild
chatter. For those students who can't drive or just wish to stay on
campus, the cafeteria is a place to socialize. There are twenty
minutes left in the lunch hour. Most of the students are talking at the
planters, looking over notes, or playing Hacky Sac in the courtyard.
As 2:44 rolls around, at last school is out. Some go out for an after
school sport, or an evening job, while others rush home to watch
Scooby-Doo. The memories will last forever as another day is fulfill-
ed at Agua Fria.
Where's your thinking cap
Who are those good looking guys in the shades? Ryan Lee and Lin-
coln Holcomb A
What are the two of you up to now? Andy Hillison and Bobby Lettieri
Neat mek Quvs. now let's see vw Q21 OU' Of if! Tom Kuhn and Chns Guess
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and Clint Stockton.
Kickin' back with the orignial party animals, Joaquin Humphreys, Tim Clarke,
V David Shilliday: "He's my closest friend." Y CLQKI'-l-A
David McGee: l'Close friends were never closer."
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Greg Huyck, and Darian Mellon got "stuck" with Danny Chevalier and Tom Delaney!
What are you guys doing in there?!
Kirsten Barber and Stacy Rose
Frederick's or Sears? Deanna Duncan and
"Cinn-dy, leave me alone!" Cindy Holdcroft and Cindy Early
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Pose pretty for the camera! Ann Lavoie, Jenny Holtrup,
and Katie Newcomb
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Part-time car thieves, Jennifer Nardini and Jill Schofield. Mr. Hanginl around! Slefl ROSZYOCZS' and
McPeak, that's your car!! Yvombe Decoft
Don'f Fall!! Erin Marshall and Nancy Parra
We all need someone to lean on. Cheri Holdcroft and Anna Wolfe.
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Below: Raw Steel - Dale Dees, Sean Crawly, Mike Tenn, and Alex Nichles
Below: Sean Crawley and Charlie Tonkinson
Knights of Bloody Steel -- Tim Clarke, James Bussa, Chad Monahan and Manuel Chad Monahan and James Bussa
This year at Agua Fria there are three bands with great poten-
tial. Knights of Bloody Steel is a four member band consisting of
senior Tim Clarke on the drums, senior James Bussa, bass, A.F.
graduate Manuel Cruz and A.F. graduate, Chad Monahan, lead
guitar and vocals.
"Our dream is to be able to support ourselves strictly from
band profits," said Tim Clarke, senior.
Knights of Bloody Steel, a thrash metal band, has been in con-
tact with Phoenix's own Flotsam and Jetsom. Mike Spencer,
bassist for Flotsam came and watched one of their practice ses-
sions in October. "We can't wait to jump into the Phoenix cir-
cuit!" Bussa exclaimed.
Another band, The Vile Tors, "the morally corrupt," play pro-
gressive rock. The Cure, The Damned, and Pink Floyd are the
bands who have influenced them the most. This is an all-junior'
band consisting of Sean Crawly on bass and guitar, Steve Roehl-
ing on drums, Dan Onstad, rhythm guitar and keyboards, and
Charlie Tonkinson, playing bass and guitar. The Vile Tors have
been playing together for 3M years, and hope to soon hit the club
A newly formed band, Raw Steel, has only jammed together
once, but plan to become more serious. Their band is made up of
junior Brian McQuay, vocals, Alex Nichols, lead guitar and
rhythm, Mike Tean, on drums, junior Dale Dees, lead guitar and
rhythm, and Sean Crawley on bass. Their goal is to satisfy
themselves in the music they write, "I think we're the most ver-
satile band. We can play anything from thrash to jazz." stated
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Trudy Williams spends her evenings at work.
Larry Morley was in a state of shock after a can of spaghetti
exploded on him.
Charissa Newport, Jana Stumph and Michelle Templeton look
"pretty" for the boys at the Devil House.
Vanessa Arnie and Natasha Allen relax on a casual Friday night.
Matt Eichorn, Susan Shassetz, Alicia McAnally show their school
spirit at Sunnyslope.
Laura Blythe, Holly Hudson and Debbie Dewey savor the taste
of McDonald's food.
Shannon Singleton and Cindy Holdcroft are "Happy
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Owls, nocturnal as we are, find after
hours: exhilirating, warm, spicy and totally
rad. We are forming lasting impressions as
we are working, playing, cramming for ex-
ams, hanging around, skateboarding, stuff-
ing our faces, relaxing, partying, soloing or
teaming up with friends, dancing, or just be-
David McGee IJuniorl "At night I like to
go to football games, parties, and an occa-
Dianna Brinkerhoff ISeniorl "Night Life
for me is working football games spending
time with my friends and family."
Brigette Harris IJuniorl "I go to dances,
parties, football games, work, talking on the
phone and spending time with my
Ben Avitia ISophomorel "Fridays I usual-
ly go to the midnight movies with Anna,
Robert and Sandy."
Charissa Newport IJuniorl "Night life for
me is the best time of the day. All I need to
be happy, is my friends."
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ARIES lMarch 21-April 191: Relationships may have come and gone, but luck is with you and the people you have met. Being yourself will get you what you
want in life and excite the pleasures involved in it. However, think for yourself and much will happen.
TAURUS fApril 20-May 201: There may have been a few changes over the past year which might have been hard to deal with. Don't rely on shattered dreams of
the past, live on dreams of the future and things will get better.
GEMINI fMay 21-June 201: Much has taken place during the course of this year. Friendships have grown stronger and some have become weaker. However, the
future holds a brighter pathway for you to follow.
CANCER Uune 21-July 221: What seemed to be a lost cause will soon come your way, A new relationship may build and satisfy your needs. lf there is something
you've wanted, go out and get it. lt will only get better.
LEO fJuly 23-Aug. 221: Any weaknesses you might have had, have become stronger and let you see life much clearer, Learn to "grab the bull by the horns" and
take control of your life.
VIRGO fAug. 23-Sept. 221: You have had a very busy year which may have more ventures in store for you, You may have met new people through unusual
ways, which bring joy into your life. What seemed dim will become brighter and lead you down the right path in life.
LIBRA tSept 23 Oct 221 Craziness has played a major role for you in the past year You may have been involved in something that can become very rewar
ding You ve felt really good about yourself and the people around you You may start seeing life through a different perspective
SCORPIO fOct 23 Nov 211 There were a few surprises in store for you which could have been confusing Through your willingness you re able to understand
them much better Follow your heart and you will go far over the next few years
SAGITTARIUS fNov 22 Dec 211 This may not have been your best year but things will change through the course of time Take things easy and drastic im
provements are sure to come within the future
CAPRICORN fDec 22 Jan 191 Things have gone fairly easy for you and will continue to do so if you use your intelligence Life will only get better if you lead
yourself toward the right direction Know the difference between right and wrong
AQUARIUS fJan 20 Feb 181 Good things have happened to you this year Exciting relationships build in love as well as in friendships old and new Luck has
run wild in your veins and promises much more excitement in the future
PISCES tFeb 19 March 201 Your ability to win people over has helped you but don t take it too seriously lt could mean trouble in the future Your life will be
good if you let it fall into place Don t force anything Good things will come naturally
y Cindy Early
Many students have fantasies of
ieeting famous rock stars They give
:any students inspiration and a goal for
ie future Concerts are a big part of high
hool life giving students a chance to
atch their favorite performers put on a
mow If you are lucky you might have an
pportunity to meet your idol. It was a
al exciting experience being able to
ieet Jack Blades lead vocalist and
iitarist of Night Ranger This has been
y dream since eighth grade com
ented Cheri Holdcraft The band
ight Ranger treated us as if we d known
lem all our lives ' said Shannon
,ngleton. When I met Bryan Adams
id his band it was a lot of fun! Mendi
kert and I partied with them all night
ng. They're just normal everyday peo
e added Cindy Holdcroft
Cheri Holdcroft Jack Blades Shannon Singleton and Julie Perry pose for a picture after the Night Ranger
fibeclzcafeo! to W juhon
I have known you for many years and not once did you ever
take that extra second to do what you thought was best. Some
times I would walk into the office and get so frustrated because I
would be in a hurry and you couldn t speak to me at that time.
Then I would glance into your office filled with shiny plaques
and medals and to see you working so hard made my frustra-
Some people admire rock stars or big movie names but I ad-
mire you because I know you are truly a dedicated worker. You
are not a principal for the money or for the title but a principal
for the students.
This is my last chance to tell you how I feel as a student. This
is not a farewell but a thank you for being a devoted and caring
principal and friend!!!
You will always be
in my thoughts . . .
make a decision that I knew deep-down was not fair. You would
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Sugar Ray Leonard made the biggest comeback after a retina operation. He
won the Middleweight Championship against Marvin Hagler.
The Super Bowl '88, Denver Broncos vs. Washington Redskins.
Minnesota Twins defeated St, Louis Cardinals in the World Series.
Vice President - George Bush
President - Ronald Reagan
The United States most well known
governor was Evan Mecham. The
Governor of Arizona.
Dow Jones Industrial dropped 508
points for the single largest loss,
The Pope visited the United States
and Canada for the first time.
Gary Hart dropped out of the race
for the presidential nomination
after being accused of having an
affair with Donna Rice.
Soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev
met with U.S. President Ronald
Reagan to sign a treaty to
eliminate intermediate range
nuclear weapons in Europe.
The Government tried to trade arms
for hostages. Col.
the Iran Contra
U2 The Joshua Tree had record
sales concerts and radio play
They started fl nded their
American tour in Arizona They
ended their tour in Tempe AZ
where they filmed a documentary
at the Sun Devil Stadium
Mary Hart hostess of Entertainment
Tonight obviously agreed with the
press concerning her title of hav
ing the sexiest legs when she in
sured them for S2 million
The original PARTY ANIMAL
Spuds MacKenzie howls in at 41
Eddie Murphy was DELIRIOUS
when he was nominated Come
dian of the Year.
The officials told Michael Jackson to
BEAT IT when he unsuccessful-
ly offered them S1 million for the
remains of the Elephant Man.
Ex-heroin addict, Boy George, was
banned from U.S,
"Platoon" won an Oscar for Best
"Beverly Hills Cop Il" grossed over
The Greatest Dancer in the World,"
Fred Astaire, died of a heart
Harry Hamlin of L.A. Law, voted
"the sexiest man alive," won't
cross exam the press verdict.
Mrs. Baster was trying to get things done with all the confusion going on. Sharon and Terry were arguing on
the side. 2
The depressed and mentally confused Jessica clutching he
David was explaining to Terry that Miss Shotwell has been killed by Jessica.
Mr. Stanley was trying to warn Mrs. Helen Baster about Jessica.
lelen Baster and Miss Shotwell discussing a strange phone call Miss Shotwell
aaron, David, Mike, and Alice trying to comfort Terry who is frightened by Mr.
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Sslca " Angela T5l3TiC0 David - David Shilliday
ce - Roetta Miexner Miss Shotwell - Chamie Contreras
Helen Baster - Emmy Taylor
Was there a real murder committed? You only know if you saw
the murder-mystery, KMurder on Center Stage.'
The play begins at a college theater with a half-finished f'Romeo
and Juliet" set on stage. We see five college students and their in-
structor Helen Baster, played by Emmy Taylor, practicing for the
play "Romeo and Juliet." 5
A few moments later we are introduced to three new characters:
The stage cleaning lady, Jessica lAnglea Talaricol, who is apparent-
ly insane, Mr. Stanley, played by Lanny Lighthill, the school's
janitor, and Miss Shotwell, one of the schools English teachers,
played by Chamie Contreras. As the play unfolds, Mr. Stanley, a
very misdirected man, locks the cast in the theater to get his
revenge on the three "sisters', - Jessica, Miss Shotwell, and Helen
Baster, who acted together in their college years. We find that Mr.
Stanley was jealous, envious, and hateful to these "sisters"
The play was excellent. The cast did a terrific job. Congratula-
tions to Mr. Judge, the director and Marsha Bryan, the assistant
director. Thanks to the technical staff. Good job to everybody in-
volved with 'Murder on Center Stage.'
- Robyn Rumble
Mr. Stanley making an escape after attempting to kill his next victim.
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Couples arrive to enjoy the Christmas festivities.
Steve Roberts and his date waited to have their photo taken
Everyone appreciated the beautiful surroundings, transformed by holiday decorations.
Dan Slagle, Heidi Jarniganj Erin Marshall, and Greg Huyck.
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Q an 2 TheS2 A-F. SfUd2HfS dal'1C9d the night away- Some Couples congregated to discuss the pleasant evening.
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A cup of hot chocolate got their motors running on a chilly morning.
ls this fun or what?! Girl watchers paradise!
Did you say you wanted one or two flowers for Valentine's Day?
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Jose Morales Morie Okaml
Jose plays soccer whenever he has time.
Morie and Jose, AF exchange students.
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Jose and Morie both love being in America.
Cultural exchange and learning experiences are a few reasons for
becoming an exchange student. 'ljhis year we had two new additions
to AFHS Jose Morales, from Spain and Morie Okano, from Japan,
who became "American l' teen-age students.
Jose came to America to "meet new people and come to a dif-
ferent country." Jose said that "America has more opportunities,
more classes, and the classes are easier to pass." Jose especially
misses the food from back home.
"I miss my friends," says Morie lkano from Japan. Morie says the
schools in Japan are really diferent from America. The teachers
change rooms instead of the students changing classesg they have a
10 minute break in betweeng and they don't have a cafeteria. ln-
stead they must bring their own lunch. When Morie leaves she will
take with her the memory of the new friends she made at AF.
- Rebecca Romero
In memory of Karen Hendrick
August 6, 1971-
October 30, 1987
She was a member of the swim team and Young Life. She
was the school mascot and a lifeguard at the Recreation
Center in Litchfield Park. Karen will live in our memories
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Portraits: Robyn Rumble fsectlon edltorl pgs. 146-153, 189-192, 194, 195, 210,
211. Mendi Eckert pgs. 138-145. Rebecca Romero pgs. 154-161, 216. Terah Perry
pgs. 162-169. Lori Sears pgs. 170-179. Besty Waitt pgs. 180-188. Cindy Early pgs.
110-121. Cheri Holdcroft pgs. 122-137.
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Ads: Carolyn Beyle Qsection editorl, Sean Forsythe, Eddie Cunningham, Gretchen
Hughes, and TOP SALESWOMEN Mindy Lueck and Jennifer Jarnigan.
Art: Polly Delaney and Shannon Crosby Knot picturedl
Organizations: Jennifer Malody lsection editorl pgs. 34, 35, 49, 47, 50-57. Kim Soto
pgs. 20, 21, 32, 35-44. Kim Dewey pgs. 22-31, 46.
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Sports: Matt Papworth Ksection editorl pgs. 72-77, 84. Phil
Roderick pgs. 78- 79, 90, 91. Alicia McAnally pgs. 80-83,
i5, 98-101. Kaylen Cons pgs. 86, 87, 89. Scott Wiggins
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193, 202, 203, 208. Tonya
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68, 204, 205, 209. Julie
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Left: Editor-in-Chief: Cindy Holdcroft, pgs. 1-5, 16-19, 58, 59, 70, 71, 104, 105, 137, 193, 202, 203, 206,
207, 212, 213, 240-248. Managing Editor: Stacy Rose, pgs. 1-3, 214, 215, 218, 219, 240-245.
Mrs. Yvonne Moulton, Wickiup adviser
Academics: Anne Billingsley lsection editorl
pgs. 60, 61, 64, 65. Mark Hansen pgs. 62, 63,
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and successful future.
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to the Class of
from Mr. Cloud
Best wishes to all!
I hope you've had a great year!
O. K. Fulton
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keep up the crudeness.
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Tina! Hi hon! Good luck at South next year! Treat each
person as a long lost friend because after high school you
may never see them again. Cherish each day they pass all
too quickly. A.F. has a lot to offer take advantage of it all.
Thank you so much for all the great memries. Y all are the
best friends anyone could have! Keep in touch through the
years. We ll have the best time in CA!! See ya!
Kirsten, Kerri, 81 Lisa:
David, Charissa, and Jason make up the social scene before lunch.
Susan Shassetz and Alicia McAnally "Heck Yeah!"
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Danny Slagle diving for cotton balls at Young Life
Scott Ross, making massive muscles.
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Above: Vanessa Arnic.
Left: Steve Hinejosa, and John Burrell.
Below: Studs Marty Gonzales and Pete Martin waited
Eddie Cunningham and Toby Sullivan, surrounded by their harem . . .
StaceyRayner, and Maureen Murphy.
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As Editor in Chief of the 1988 Wickiup I'd like to thank the following pi
ple for their much needed and appreciated efforts. First I'd like to tha
Kevin Tyler for the time he spent drawing and perfecting the cover of t
year's annual, Shannon Crosby and Polly Delaney for all the creative a
work put into this book, Marty Matsumoto for the time he spent drawing '
divider pages, Jan Johnson for all the help she gave us when we ran ii
complications, Mrs. Moulton, as a first year publication's teacher, for putt
up with such an ambitious staff - she did an outstanding job. I especiz
want to thank the Agua Fria student body, without your help and
operation this book wouldn't have been the same!
Editor in Chief
As we walked through the halls,
We saw our ghosts of yesterday.
A year has passed within these walls ,
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lt is a Look Past.
For it will never come again.
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Time has brought us so closet
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Best of friends, Amy Lorenz and Melissa Via.
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